KUALA LUMPUR

 

 

City Acquaintance Tour
Discover the exciting landmarks of the city! View the splendor of the King's Palace and the impressive Parliament House. Share our glorious past and rich heritage at the National Museum and visit the National Monument at the Lake Gardens. Proceed to the beautiful National Mosque. Drive past the Railway Station before making a stop at Dataran Merdeka. Finally, enjoy an intriguing drive around Chinatown.

The Rural Side of Kuala Lumpur
This delightful and educational tour shows you the rural scenery of Kuala Lumpur. It provides an insight into some of the main economic activities of the residents. Visit a pewterware demonstration centre and batik factory and learn more about their production mechanics. Next, climb 272 steps to reach the awe-inspiring interior of Batu Caves—experience nature at its best!

Lake Gardens Experience
Back to nature! Visit the Orchid Garden, which houses over 800 species of exotic Malaysian orchids. On weekends, this garden transforms into a lovely orchid bazaar. See the Hibiscus Garden with over 500 varieties of the rare and exotic blossoms, ranging from the single-petal variety to the multiple-petal variety in a riot of colours and shades! Next, visit the Bird Park—the world's largest walk-in, free-flight aviary. Some of the world's most exotic species of our fine-feathered friends grace the aviary's beautiful landscapes.

Cultural Night Tour
The evening begins with a visit to the largest and oldest Hindu temple in the city—The Mahamarianman Temple. Later, stroll through the night market at Chinatown where you can test your bargaining skills for merchandise spread along the street. Drive on to a Malay Restaurant where you can relax and dine in convivial surroundings while being entertained by the colourful and exotic Malaysian Cultural dancers and dramatists.

Kuala Lumpur Panorama
Begin the evening with a visit to the Central Market, where you will be given the opportunity to buy handmade Malaysian arts and crafts. Within walking distance is Chinatown—known as the bargain hunter's haven. Proceed to the 421m high KL Tower, the tallest telecommunication tower in Asia. Enjoy a lavish buffet dinner of western and local cuisine at its revolving restaurant while experience a breath-taking night time view of the city's skyline.

Shah Alam
Leave Kuala Lumpur and drive along the Federal Highway through the satellite town Petaling Jaya before arriving at Shah Alam. En route, take quick stop for photos at the Sultan Salahuddin Mosque (popularly known as The Blue Mosque). Capped by one of the largest domes in the world, the mosques occupies about 36 acres of beautiful parkland. A ten minute drive brings you to the Agriculture Park at Bukit Cahaya. Here you will visit the Animal Park, where a long suspension bridge will allow you to see various animals in their natural habitat. The Mushroom Garden showcases a vast collection of the fungus. See in their natural state ingredients that enrich your food at the Spice Garden—the very spices over which nations when to war less than 500 years ago. Visit the Orchid Garden where hundreds of different species bloom in an array of different colours. Other attractions are the Aborigine Home, Research Station, Fishing Lake, Bird Park, Cocoa Garden, Four Seasons Centre and Handicraft Centre.

Putrajaya Tour
Putrajaya is located about 25km south of Kuala Lumpur, sitting on a magnificent 4581 hectare spread. About 40% of its surroundings are entirely natural. Lush greenery and botanical gardens stretch across the landscape, enhanced by large bodied of water and subsequent wetlands. The drive passes the Government offices and 400-hectare man-made lake. Afterwards, visit the Putra Mosque, Putra Square and a photo-stop at Putra Bridge.

Shoppe' Till U Drop'
Tours starts at 11:00am daily
Kuala Lumpur is fast becoming one of the most popular shopping destinations in the region. You will be taken on a shopping spree at the following shopping complexes listed below, all of which are located within a busy, cosmopolitan city. You may choose the destination of your choice, at which then you will be dropped off in the morning, and picked up in the evening.
Shopping destinations:

  • Bukit Bintang/Sungei Wang Plaza
  • Lot 10 Shopping Centre / Starhill Gallery / Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
  • The Mall (Putra Place) / Central Market / China Town
  • Suria KLCC
  • Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall
  • The Mines Shopping Fair
  • Mid Valley Megamall / The Gardens at Mid Valley

Kuala Selangor Fireflies Tour
Tour starts at 1600
Visit the Melawati Hill, where you will experience a panoramic view of Selangor River, the coastline and the Nature Park, a popular bird-watching sanctuary. Enjoy dinner at a local seafood restaurant. Then proceed to Kg. Kuantan for a boat ride to view the thousands of fireflies lighting up the trees along the riverbanks.

Elephant Sanctuary
The Krau Game Reserve Pahang—two-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur. At the sanctuary, one will be able to get up close and personal with the elephants. Lots of activities await you at the sanctuary. No words can describe the fun and excitement. You have to experience it yourself.
Dress Code: Shorts and T Shirts.

Genting Highlands
An hour's drive will take you to Genting Highlands Resort - considered the most developed amongst the various mountain resorts of Pahang. Indulge yourself with fun and adventure in the various exciting games provided at Genting, boasted as the City of Entertainment. You may also row a boat, have a round of golf at the 18-hole golf course, or simply relax and immerse yourself in unspoiled surroundings.

Tempurung Cave
Concealed inside massive limestone hills is an intricate system of caves. These honeycombed caves are breathtaking gallery of stalagmites and stalactites. The amazing rock formations are superb speleological wonders, found only in this part of the world. Gua Tempurung is the main attraction here. The cave meanders under the limestone hill and forms a tunnel of wondrous and endless rock formations that runs east to west, nearly 1.9km in length. Walking platforms have been built within some parts of the caves, making an excursion a breeze. Normal white light is used so that the original and pure state of the exhibits is retained. Visitors are now able to appreciate these wonders of nature in a comfortable, yet unobtrusive, environment.

Full Day Malacca Tour
A full-day excursion can take you to historical Malacca! The tour highlights include the Ruins of the Portuguese Fortress, St Paul's Hill, Porta De Santiago, The Stadthuys and The Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, home to a fine collection of antiques that portray a truly unique cultural heritage.

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